Let's not drive down the political alley on this one.
Just congratulations for work very well done, and for setting a bar high enough that the rest of the (retail) world can only stand there and gasp (or drool in envy).
Maybe it's just late and I'm not paying close enough attention. BUT, I don't see "silent" as a ring choice. Vibrate can be turned on in the general sounds pref, but it still has an associated ring tone. So what were you trying to describe?That also doesn't solve the need for mostly silent ring at work and normal behavior everyplace else.
My gf is a doctor & a mom. Like any parent in a high-intensity career she has a need to keep her iPhone set on silent for much of the time.
She's said a number of times that as a parent she would LOVE to have a few phone numbers able to be identified as ones that would ring even when the phone is set on silent:
Possible? Anyone want to give her hope? ("...You'd sell a skidzillion". And the feature would "define a...
(As in the cowboy yell of joy, not the crappy internet company who can't figure out how to effectively update their own IM software)
Mac to Mac works great, Mac to iPhone works great. My kid's on the east coast and I'm going to wake his butt up and tell him to go install it.
Ditto for the gf (for much different reasons)
Publish the open standard
Talk Yahoo into integrating this into their IM...
Who's got the insight on this issue? At first I thought it was just one vendor complaining, but here's a small vendor ( Ford ) with a less-than-complete feature set in their car's Ford SYNC product for iPhone vs a full feature set for Blackberry.
".....and Ford were showing off the third version of Ford Sync at CES, and Casey and Phil from Android Central and I jumped in and got a demo. The good news is that it works great. It plays your music, makes your phone calls, and...
Did Ballmer visit a medical marijuana store in a western state just before this interview? The quality of Ballmer's comments prove that he inhaled -- many, many, many times-- before speaking such rubbish.
Made me laugh. Stupid execs.
".....Kathleen Grillo, a senior vice president for federal regulatory affairs at Verizon, wrote that, In order to protect customers from minimal, accidental usage charges, Verizon Wireless does not charge users (for data access) when ..."
...That statement seems to be contradicted by Verizons latest statement. As we reviewed customer accounts, we discovered that over the past several years, approximately 15 million customers who did...